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Child Custody

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Child Custody

Child Custody:

  • Primary or joint custody
  • Parenting Plans
  • Visitation schedules
  • Child support
  • Modification to custody orders


Florida courts make almost all custody decisions based on what is in the “best interest of the child” standard. Meaning, even where the parties might agree on custody, or living arrangements, or any other factors that would impact a child, a court still will conduct a fact-based analysis before rendering a final custody decision. Such factors that are considered before reaching a final custody decision are as follows:


  • The wishes of the child (if old enough to capably express a reasonable preference);
  • The mental and physical health of the parents;
  • Any special needs a child may have and how each parent takes care of those needs;
  • The need for continuation of stable home environment;
  • Other children whose custody is relevant to this child’s custody arrangement;
  • Support and opportunity for interaction with members of the extended family of either parent
  • Interactions and interrelationships with other members of household;
  • Adjustments to school and community; and
  • Evidence of parental drug or alcohol abuse.

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